Graco Secure Coverage™ Digital Baby Monitor
Digital monitor clarity and performance
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Description & Features+
Secure Coverage has digital monitor clarity and performance and uses exclusive vibration notification technology to reassure you that all is well with baby.
- range: 2000 feet
- belt clop
- low battery alarm
- rechargeable batteries
- sound lights
- out-of-range alarm
- digital clarity and privacy
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Ratings & Reviews+
Graco Secure Coverage™ Digital Baby Monitor is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 312.
Rated 2 out of 5 by Steve_and_Suzanne from Battery and hardware problems The product worked great the first time we used it, sadly, it was to test it a month before we had the baby. Now one parent unit will not stay on for more than a few minutes (keeps 3x beeping after charge) and the other one opens up but will not accept any button presses. We followed the instructions for the first time charge but I can't believe one month of down time completely destroyed the batteries...and of course, they aren't simple AAAs you can buy anywhere! Stay away from this one. It was a gift to us and it was not possible to get any help in time (what good is a monitor if you have to send it for 8 weeks when you need it!!!).
Date published: 2013-12-19
Rated 1 out of 5 by MommyofF from Poor Design Not worth the $, did set up according to instructions, (aslo owned the previous model, that lasted us 2 years). The battery is ALREADY dead & i have been using it for 2 weeks!! Previous model had a docking station for the charging of the parent unit, this one does not come with one. Also, can not be attached to the adapter & ON at the same time. I am returning it today!! Not worth it.
Date published: 2012-12-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by Roybal from Great product for caregivers. Product works very well. It's easy to set up and easy to use. I can hear my disabled husband when I am in another room preparing meals, medications, etc. If he needs me, he only has to whisper my name and I can hear him. The voice range is excellent for a 2,000 sq ft home. It even works outside the home when I'm watering the garden, etc. Extremely happy with the purchase.
Date published: 2011-11-22
Rated 2 out of 5 by Brettbkg from Decent monitor -- with alarm quirks It's functional. It has pretty good range -- We clip the monitor to our belt with a carabiner and can go work in our yard. Sometimes we have to leave the monitor hanging in a tree where we can hear it, but generally, I've been very satisfied with the range. The problem we have with this monitor is once every month or two, for no reason at all in the middle of the night (or 5 minutes ago in this case) it just decides to go "BEEP BEEP BEEP BEEP BEEP BEEP BEEP..." loudly and repeatedly until you simply turn it off and turn it back on again. Mostly just obnoxious for me, but a much bigger deal for my wife who has insomnia and has a hard time sleeping. While I've been generally pleased with this monitor, for this reason, I wouldn't buy it again. (Why is this sudden alarming even programmed into the monitor?? It's apparently a part of the software -- I just don't see why. It's a different alarm than when the monitor looses connectivity and has the occasional "beep beep")
Date published: 2013-03-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by hspaet from Love it! It has a 2,000 ft range which is nice because I can sneak outside while she's napping and feed/water all of the animals with it and still hear everything perfectly. I can listen to an entire TV show from outside because it's so clear. :) I have also been able to hear the answering machine messages from the chicken coop--and the answering machine is two rooms away from where baby naps. I also like the vibration feature when I'm feeding the geese because I'd otherwise not be able to hear the noises on the monitor.
Date published: 2011-10-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by Anonymous from Not a bad little monitor. A few weeks ago Graco approached me to review their Secure Coverage Baby Monitor. I will say that for the price it is not a bad little monitor. I will start with what I like. I like the vibration feature, rechargeable battery, and battery backup in the main unit. The parent unit is light and very portable by both pocket or belt. Also the loop at the top makes it nice to hang somewhere or just to grab with a couple hooked fingers. The battery life seemed pretty average and the batteries are just standard telephone batteries found at your local Walmart when you have to replace them. We did have some issues that will be limited to a select few people in the country, and they are issues with just about any monitor these days. These are 900MHz monitors, we live in the country where the only “broadband” available is 900 MHz. Do you see where this is going? While the average suburban household only has to worry about 2.4 GHz interference with their WiFi we have to worry about that in addition to our Internet signal itself. When there is interference our internet is shut down all together. Nothing in nothing out. Currently I have found no monitor that uses something other than 900. So this seems to be the industry standard. Graco’s solution is also pretty standard. Offer 6 channels to chose from, this is 3 times as many as my video monitor (to be reviewed later). However, this is where I think it needs some improvement. There is no read out anywhere telling you the channel you are on. So once you find the channel that works, hopefully you will not need to track it down again due to power failure (of both the batteries and the street power), small child, or otherwise. All in all I would say that Graco has made a pretty decent little device here. The issues I have had are limited to very few people, but worth noting for some just the same. I would buy this for a shower gift for sure. Tiffany www.dudsordeals4moms.com
Date published: 2011-03-08
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